August Currently

Can you believe it's already August and time for Farley's monthly Currently linky?

  • I am listening to Celebrity Family Feud. Not a fan, but I'm not in control of the remote.
  • I am loving the dinner we had. Grilled ribeye steaks, corn on the cob, green beans, and fruit salad. Banana pudding poke cake for dessert. So yummy!
  • I'm thinking about writing. I'm working on some products for TpT that will help with writing personal narratives.
  • I am wanting nothing. I'm very happy nowadays.
  • I am needing organization. I'm working on a system to help me keep track of blogging and business.
  • RAK - I donated some supplies that I am not using to my last campus for the principal to use as door prizes. 
Now go visit Farley's blog and check out the other posts this month! Don't forget the Rule of Three.


  1. It's always refreshing when you are asked to think about what you want and nothing comes to mind! True happiness!

  2. I'm wanting to see YOU in a few days. lol :)

  3. Good luck with your organizational system! I'm trying to be more consistent with everything, after all the things I learned at the TPT conference... so far, it's been great, but I go back to work tomorrow! Waaaah! Buzzing with Ms. B

  4. Hey Suzanne! Fancy meeting YOU here on Farley's link-up! I don't know if you remember me or not, but I met you in Vegas at the morning blogger meet-up that first day. You were with Farley and introduced me to a few people. We talked about how WONDERFUL ;) admin can be. LOL.
    Ok, y'all didn't just have dinner, y'all had a FEAST! Was there a special occasion or a good sale on ribeyes? LOL.
    Did you go to Erin Cobb's session in Vegas called "From Teacher to Teacherprenuer?" She had some GREAT tips on staying on track and even gave us a planner to get us started. I LOVE it!! I haven't committed to a plan yet though because I'm switching schools and grade levels this year and kind of need to see how my schedule is going to play out.
    Well, so glad to find your blog and I'll talk with you soon!

    Mrs. Thomas' Teachable Moments


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